Here we go again .... CBS Local New York: Wyckoff Teen Arrested For Making Terroristic Threat On Facebook NBC New York: Girl, 14, Arrested for Facebook Terror Threat Against NJ School: Cops The "threat": The daffy police chief (though not quite as daffy as the one one in Ottumwa, IA): These are just the idle ramblings of frustrated school kids who had a rough day. However many of us never made such comment when we were in school? Until thirteen years ago -- before LiveJournal, MySpace and Facebook -- these statements occurred in conversations, one-on-one, small groups, phone calls. Today's kids are wired 24/7 and their social connections are internet-based. What was said in a private, fleeting moment 20 years ago today remains visible in Facebook. The kids are the same, and normal adolescent behavior should not be criminalized. I supposed this won't end until all bogeymen men have been corraled, and there is no chance that anyone might become concerned by reading anything. Just imagine that idyllic world of blissful happy thoughts.